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Nikolaevich Zarubin

born in 1972

Born in 1972 into a family of artists. In 1976 moved with his parents to Perm. In 1983-87 he studied at art school №1. In 1993, finishes the Penza art College, a lot of work. Actively involved in the artistic life in Perm. In 1997 he held a personal exhibition in Moscow. Joined the Union of artists of UNESCO. In 1998 he was admitted to the Union of artists of Russia. He was the initiator of projects such as “M-art” (in the framework of the project “Con amore”), a joint action of the Perm artists and poets “on April 2”. His paintings were exhibited in salons and galleries in Perm, Moscow, Ufa, Yekaterinburg. His graphics and watercolors are in private collections abroad (England, France, Germany, Turkey, etc.). Now the works of the Earthman known not only to a narrow circle of aesthetes and art collectors, but also to the inexperienced viewer.

The life and creativity of Dmitry Earthling can be defined as the opposition of entropy, and not only external, but internal. Earthling carries prapamyat ancient painters with their service art, understood as temptation, but the Lord. It is interesting to note here one episode not included in the official biography of the Earth: in 1993, Dmitry wanted to leave the craft of the artist and become a novice in Optionscom the monastery, but the painting took over. Because creativity for a human is a kind of penance. Dmitri never considered his work and life as two different areas, interacting only at the time of writing, painting. Among those who associate with him, there is not enough people who will say that the Earth behaves in life as an Artist. This is what unites him with one hand, with the righteous painters, and on the other with an avant-garde painting of the 20-30th years. It is from them that the Earth is such a tangible form.

(George Utes)

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